Practicing the Drawstroke….

This past week, I spent some time working on my concealed draw at the range. As I mentioned in a recent AAR, lately I’ve been practicing the draw as taught by Mike Seeklander. He teaches a one handed draw that can basically be described as drawing a large circle around the gun. The strong hand […]

Rainy Day Range Reflections…

Some days on the range are better than others. Ironically, although yesterday was cold with a soaking rain, and despite the fact that I only fired 50 rounds, I had one of the best range sessions that I can remember in a long time. I’d like to think that I rediscovered and more fully realized […]

Some Drills Are Best Served Cold…

Last week, Robert wrote about the importance of using training drills when you go to the range. I have also been thinking about the subject, and I wanted to share my thoughts here as a follow-up to Robert’s post. For the past few months, I’ve been starting all of my live fire range sessions with […]

Back to Basics: “Get a Grip!”

One of my consistent goals of late has been to focus on my pistol fundamentals, and become as good as I can with the weapon that I’m most likely to have on hand in an armed encounter. To that end, I usually attempt to get to the range at least once a week, dry fire […]